God's Kids Worship has Scripture Songs in a split track format. Choir leaders and volunteers usually want the split track format when their children perform in Big Church. These split track formats are also used in music classes. The vocals are used when the kids are learning the song, and gradually softened as the learning progresses.
God's Kids Worship split track albums are located on the menu selection of MP3s.
Download an entire collection of songs in high-quality split-track MP3 format, many with pdf lyrics (check individual collections for lyrics availability). Collections are organized in groups of new songs, classic worship songs, modern worship songs, scripture songs, and seasonal collections.
Split-track recordings have the instruments and the voices sent to separate speakers from your computer media playback device. Our mixes place the instruments on the left, and the voices on the right. For performances, you can easily turn down the recorded voice tracks and replace them with your performer or choir. Or, you can mix in just enough voice tracks to give your singers confidence to sing out.
Q. Are the recordings "split-track" or "stereo" mixes?
A. Most products are stereo, some are split-track. Split-track products are clearly indicated as being "split-track," otherwise assume the music is mixed in stereo.
Q. What is "split-track?"
A. Split-track recordings have the instruments and the voices sent to separate speakers. Our mixes place the instruments on the left, and the voices on the right. For performances, you can easily turn down the original voice tracks and replace them with your children's choir. Or, you can mix in just enough voice tracks to give your singers confidence to sing out.
To see how split-tracks work, plug in ear-phones or earbuds into a computer with your split-track files for a playback device, and don’t listen to your computer's built-in speakers. Listen to your split-track recordings through the ear-phones or ear-buds. You will hear only voices in one ear, and only instruments in the other ear.
When you connect your playback device to your speakers, there should be two channels or wires that come from the headphone output of your playback device and connect to your speakers, or better, to your sound mixer.
To totally remove the pre-recorded vocals, simply disconnect or turn off the wire that is carrying the voices to your playback system. To vary the volume of the pre-recorded voices, connect the two channels of sound from your playback device into 2 separate channels on a mixer and adjust to your liking. If you need further information about using split-tracks with your equipment, get with a technically savvy individual near you to show you the options available to you with your equipment.